Game 21 Quick Recap: BOS 4 NYY 2

I didn't catch a second of this game and I'm really glad about that.  Feels like I've already said that 2 or 3 times this season.  That can't be a good thing.  Whatever, the Yankees aren't a good thing either.  They stink. - Masahiro Tanaka was a beast for the first 6 innings, holding the Red Sox lineup to 3 hits and no runs.  He tired in the 7th, put a few runners on, and Joe left him in the game one batter too long.  Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a 2-out, 2-run double off the Green Monster to tie the game at 2 and end Tanaka's night.

- Dellin Betances was ready to enter in the 7th and Joe didn't go to him.  He came out in a tie game in the 8th and served up his second straight home run to a left-handed batter, David Ortiz to be specific, to put the Yankees behind 4-2 and take the loss.  From a 2-0 lead with 2 outs in the 7th to a 4-2 deficit in a handful of batters.  Those are the type of games the Yankees expect to win, but the bullpen formula failed this time.

- The offense was non-existent again.  A-Rod hit a solo home run early, Starlin Castro went 2-3 with a triple, and Brett Gardner had 2 hits and a ribbie single.  The rest of the team went 1-18.

- Chase Headley Watch: 0-3 at the plate and made his second error of the season in the field.  He's hitting .140/.265/.140.

- The Yankees have scored 74 runs in 21 games.  They've been held to 2 or less in 11 of those 21 games.  It's pathetic.  It really is.